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this summer, the heat is blamed for at least 13 deaths in maryland, 5 in california and 4 in new york state. scientists point to el nino and the effects of global warming as well as the jet stream further north than usual preventing cooler air from moving south. >> water, sunscreen. take breaks when we get tired. think that's how we're dealing with it. >> reporter: here in chicago, this is the fourth straight day of 90-degree temperatures. for much of the country and in particular the northeast, a break from the heat may be days away. ron. >> okay, thanks, eric horng reporting from chicago. >>> while the first family got a bit of a break from the weather. as they enjoyed their weekend in maine. where it was only 81 degrees, where they were today. the obamas toured an historic lighthouse. in acadia national park. and then got a little hiking in. but the president, meanwhile, was turning up heat on the republicans in his weekly address. >> too often, the republican leadership in the united states senate chooses to filibuster our recovery and obstruct our progress. i think these senators are w
-related deaths have been reported this summer. the latest, a 20-year-old maryland man who went into cardiac arrest while cycling today. noaa cited last month as the hottest june ever reported worldwide and with july continuing the trend, the agency predicts this will be the hottest summer, the hottest year even. >> not just new york city, it's global and not just the atmosphere, the atmosphere and ocean, as well. >> reporter: moscow is enduring a month-long heat wave that has residents seeking relief in the fountains of red square. in the typically mild uk, an ice cream truck is supplying canines with cold treats. dog days of summer, indeed. sunday into monday will bring some relief in the northeast with temperatures remaining in the mid-90s but much less humidity. still, sharyn, this is not likely to be the last heat wave we see during this seemingly endless summer. >> all right, stephanie sy, thank you. >>> as we said, the weather in the gulf is much better than forecast. a rare bit of good news in the battle to seal the crippled well, tropical storm bonnie was a bust, and so tonight ship
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